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One factory in the United States has been busy for months as the rest of the economy slows down -- the Hormel Foods (NYSE:HRL) plant that makes Spam.
The factory in Austin, Minn., has been operating two shifts a day seven days a week producing the canned lunch meat, The New York Times (NYSE:NYT) reported. Workers, with all the overtime they can handle, have been told the long hours are likely to continue indefinitely.
Free advice: You should really buy food for at least a week and keep it at home. Pastas, rice etc last 'forever' and you never know, unchartered territory and all.
For real Spam weirdness, do a search for "spam Hawaii"... It's not a new fad -- for years people in Hawaii have consumed much more than their fair share of SPAM.
Yes, spam is cheap. It also lasts for years as well, so there is no real downside in buying 10 cans 'just in case.'
P.S: I am not a survivalist type, and I did not go in a bunker for Y2k:)
How about some good ol' MREs?
I was in the Navy. Chuckles.
I love SPAM! Don't eat for a few days and then crack open a can of SPAM. It will be history in minutes and you'll have loved every single bite. You might even lick the can, I have. :)
The title has a deceiving visual. When I looked at first, I thought it said Spam Numbers up at Home. Tricky!
Also, SPAM should be all caps and it is trademarked.